Make informed decisions about your farm.

Take control of your farm by drawing your own paddocks.

  • Specify the vegetation, soil type, and topography.
  • Create management zones across your farm
  • Select which block(s) each paddock and management zone belong to.

Not only can you create your own farm areas, but previously created shape files of your farm can be imported into HawkEye, so you can get started sooner.

Need to make a change?  You can modify your paddocks, blocks and managements zones to keep your farm up to date

Learn more about mapping your farm

Farm Info

Seeing your farm data is an important part of managing your farm. In some circumstances viewing this data in a table may be more effective than on the map. Your Farm Information page displays data such as the paddock names and areas, as well as the most recent events recorded on your farm.

A number of useful tools are also available, allowing you to easily manage the details for all your land areas as well as manually recorded events.

Learn more about farm information here

Farm History

An accurate record of historic farm events is a key component of managing and keeping track of what has occurred on the farm over time.

Having all this historic information on hand, and easily accessible, helps with future planning and decision making. Whether it is automatically loaded against your farm through the use of C-Dax and other HawkEye supported spreading technologies, or manually created events, HawkEye allows you to easily build up a detailed farm history right down to the individual paddock.

Learn more about farm history here

Activities

Activities allows you to view and record events that have happened on your farm.

Recording your activities in HawkEye helps you to:

  • Keep a record of what has happened on farm
  • Check previous fertiliser applications to decide future spreading 
  • Keep compliance information in one area 

Ravensdown joint venture and TracMap controlled spreaders will automatically upload fertiliser spread information to your account once they are linked.

Learn more about activities here